Double Trouble

Primer Solo with Duet

Sheet Music composed by Jennifer Eklund

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Double Trouble is upbeat, waltz duet perfect for very early beginners of all ages. This is an easy introduction to simple eighth note patterns and playing two keys at the same time. Piece can be taught by note, rote, or finger number. Part of the Rising Starz Volume 1 songbook.

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Level
Method Book Match
Teaching Concepts
Genre
Instrumentation
Time Signature
Tonal Center
Medium
Composer
Brand
SKUPPDS3036
Number of Pages2

About the composer

Jennifer Eklund

Jennifer Eklund

Jennifer Eklund holds a bachelor’s degree in music with an emphasis in performance and pedagogy and a master’s degree in historical musicology from California State University, Long Beach. She is an avid arranger, composer, and author of the Piano Pronto® method books series as well as a wide variety of supplemental songbooks for students of all ages and levels.

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Pronto Pizazz: Rising Starz

Pronto Pizazz: Rising Starz

Pronto Pizazz: Rising Starz features 10 multi-key solos for early primer level students. Flexible songs can be taught by note, rote, or number. All ten selections include lush, contemporary teacher duet parts.

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Michelle
Michelle
Reviewed on June 22, 2016Verified purchase
Love this piece with the "MeowMeow, Purr Purr" pattern. There is a lot to do in this piece for the young beginner, and the finished duet is quite lovely to play.
carol
carol
Reviewed on January 13, 2016Verified purchase
It sounds like a holiday piece, just what I was looking for. Very uplifting for the students and a lovely recital piece. I like to hear the staccato with the double notes.